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Muslim students union requires regulation to ban insults in opposition to religions

The Worldwide Union for Muslim Students (IUMS) has known as for enacting a regulation to ban insults in opposition to religions and sanctities.

In an announcement, the Doha-based grouping stated it’ll dispatch a delegation of Muslim students to Islamic international locations for talks on the rising insults in opposition to the Islamic faith.

IUMS stated it’ll ask the Group of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and United Nations to push for drafting laws to ban any insults in opposition to spiritual sanctities.

The transfer comes amid anger within the Islamic world over insults by a spokesperson for India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Get together in opposition to Islam’s Holy Prophet Muhammad.

The insults prompted Qatar, Kuwait and Iran to summon the Indian envoys to protest the insults in opposition to the prophet.

UN Secretary Basic Antonio Guterres, for his half, reiterated his rejection of “any type of hate speech” and known as on India to respect all religions.

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